The Shogun Inferno is here and it gives you 4K recording from either HDMI or HDSDI sources with a 7" IPS touchscreen. Record 4K Apple ProRes or Cinema DNG Raw over HDMI and 12G-SDI. HDMI to SDI and SDI to HDMI conversion allows you to seamlessly switch between sources all with the same recorder. A gorgeous 7" 1920x1200 320ppi IPS panel gives you a super wide viewing angle, ensuring a proper image for a variety of situations. The new screen on the Inferno packs 1500 nits of brightness!!! Your iPhone has a max brightness of 600 nits for reference; this new screen is BRIGHT. The Flame also includes a hood so there is always a way to see the screen, even if you're on the surface of the sun. Standard monitor features such as waveform, focus assist, zebras, and a 2:1 Zoom make sure you get the perfect shot. You can even sync using timecode and genlock to make sure everything stays consistent. The difference between the Inferno and the Flame is that the Inferno supports Quad 3G-SDI inputs, DCI 4K (4096x2160) raw video over SDI from certain Sony & Canon bodies.
Another big feature that the Inferno has that the regular Shogun does not is Atomos's new HDR recording mode. The AtomHDR technology is supposed to display 10 stops of dynamic range which is useful if you're recording flat log footage. The Shogun Inferno also sports new protective bumpers all around the edges of the body. We happily accept this new change as we have noticed that the old Shogun was quite fragile.
The Shogun Inferno uses Atomos's extended batteries, clones of the ever popular Sony L-Series NP-F550/570, but now has 2 hot swappable battery slots! The new battery charger included from Atomos will now charge 1 battery faster than the Shogun Inferno can deplete it, even though each battery still lasts only about 45 minutes. This coupled with the 2x hot swappable battery plates means you shouldn't need any extra batteries beyond the 2x included in the kit. Though if you prefer to get your power from a different source, Atomos includes a P-tap connector, so if you already have a P-tap system for you camera, you can plug right in to a Gold Mount or V-Mount Battery.
Solid State Hard Drives are NOT included and can be found here.
If you need a mounting solution, check out our custom Israeli Arms here.
Video cables not included! With there being so many different variations of HDMI and SDI cables you could possibly need depending on your rig, we've elected to not bundle any video cables with the rental. However, here are links our available cables: HDMI Cables & SDI Cables
For a list of supported cameras please click here